“A play is a speculation about something that is incredibly important to you.”
David Hare provides an insight into his career as a writer and director, revealing his thoughts and processes for creating plays such as Racing Demon, I’m Not Running and Skylight, and discusses his research for developing verbatim dramas such as The Permanent Way.
Hare also details his experience working with professionals such as Richard Eyre and Anthony Hopkins, and explains how translating plays into another language is similar to directing - producing a version in which the audience will understand what the original playwright was intending.
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